Andrew Molleur Wins New England Racing Fuel Support Performer Of The Week Award

Thanks to a victory in the SK Light Modified feature at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl Saturday night, Andrew Molleur is the winner of this week’s New England Racing Fuel Support Performer of the Week Award.

Molleur collected 148 of 426 votes (34.7 percent) this week in polling for the award.

Daniel Wesson, who won the SK Light Modified feature Friday at Stafford Motor Speedway, was second in the voting with 90 votes (21.1 percent).

Bryan Narducci, the winner of the Limited Late Model feature Friday at Stafford, was third in the voting with 56 (13.1 percent).

Molleur will receive a $20 certificate for race fuel from New England Racing Fuel.

The final voting results for this week are listed below.

NE Racing Fuel Support Performer Award

2017 New England Racing Fuel Support Performer of the Week Award Winners

Sept. 27: Andrew Molleur

Sept. 20: Nicole Chambrello

Sept. 13: Glen Reen

Sept. 6: Bryan Narducci

Aug. 16: Marcello Rufrano

Aug. 9: Daniel Wesson

Aug. 2: Marcello Rufrano

July 26: Zack Robinson

July 19: Jacob Perry 

July 12: RJ Surdell

July 5: Dennis Charette

June 28: Glen Reen

June 21: Ray Parent

June 14: Johnny Walker 

June 7: Joey Ferrigno

May 24: Zack Robinson

May 17: Cory DiMatteo 

2016 New England Racing Fuel Support Performer of the Week Award Winners

April 10: Tony Membrino Jr.

April 27: Alexandra Fearn

May 11: Tony Membrino Jr.

May 25: Tony Membrino Jr.

June 1: Woody Pitkat

June 8: Phil Jacques

June 15: Tony Membrino Jr.

June 22: Brent Gleason

June 29: Kevin Gambacorta

July 13: Joey Ferrigno

July 20: Jacob Perry

July 27: Al Stone III

Aug. 3: Daniel Wesson

Aug. 10: Marcello Rufrano

Aug. 17: Wayne Burroughs Jr.

Aug. 24: Joey Ferrigno

Aug. 31: Jacob Perry

Sept. 7: Jacob Perry

Sept. 14: Bryan Narducci

Sept. 21: Glen Reen 

Oct. 12: Tony Membrino Jr.

Oct. 19: Phil Jacques

Nov. 2: Tony Membrino Jr. 

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  1. racing53531 says:

    Awesome job by molleur!! The kid sure can wheel it! We just love watching him weekly! He is having a phenomenal season!! Good luck to the kid and the team

  2. County Records Department says:

    How old is he now? Last year his father said he was 15 and he was going to sue NASCAR for suspending him. Said he had a real birth certificate and everything and everyone was just out to get to him. So the kid is 16 now right? Because I saw something from the Speedbowl that said he was 14 now. How can he be 14 if his father swore last year that he was 15? So why didn’t the father go after the Speedbowl for putting out inaccurate information about his kid being 14 when the kid is really 16? What a mess.

  3. I saw him in victory lane this year one time and the kid is young. I’ll never get used to it.
    Matt Buckler did a great interview with Ted, Mike and Mike Jr that is on youtube. Fascinating to hear them talk about the late 80’s battles with John Anderson and Bo Gunning. How in those days most guys built their own equipment. As opposed to now where Ted said these days you can pretty much buy all the basic components for a car, pay someone to put it together, pay someone to set it up and be competitive right out of the box if you can learn to drive fast enough. Parents more and more are putting their kids in these cars and if they can wheel it the car can win. I don’t know if it is good or bad for the sport jumping ahead on the learning curve but it is the way it is.
    Also in the interview Mike Christopher said would dearly love to race again but is focusing his efforts as crew chief for Jr. Might the untimely death of his brother bring him out of retirement for a few races? That would be cool.

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